Rewired

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An Australian Catholic program for evangelising young people.

Written by the National Office for Evangelisation, Rewired is a small group program for young people who want to learn more about what it means to be Catholic. Run over six sessions by youth leaders, it provides an environment for young people to reflect, share and grow in their faith.

Rewired is for young people deeply immersed in their faith as well as those who haven’t had much to do with the Church. This second group includes those who may have been baptised as an infant but not gone on to have any further connection with the faith. Rewired is an opportunity for young people in a parish, school or university campus to invite their peers to look at their faith and tradition in a welcoming environment. Rewired is a useful tool for a parish which wants to start a youth group.

Rewired is available now from the National Office for Evangelisation. Rewired is a practical, easy to use, parish resource for young people immediately and into the future.

To purchase Rewired resources please see the NOE Order Form or order online.

 

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The following activity sheets are available for download from the Rewired Participants Journal:


The following components are available for download
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Session 3 of Rewired contains a presentation on the Eucharist. 

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Rewired Starter Pack with CD Web2 Leaders Manuals & 1 DVD
AU $138.60

Leader's Manual
Rewired Leaders Manual cover FINAL web 7cmPublished by: National Office for Evangelisation
AU $19.80
Participant's Journal
Rewired Participants Journal WebPublished by: National Office for Evangelisation
AU $8.80
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